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I'm probably sounding like a broken record but I'll say it again - makes me damn proud to be from Leipsic. Great job Gavin, and go Vikes!
Yep, RS Sophomore.
I'd say the way he is destroying EVERYONE in camps pretty much proves that he is not a scheme player.
Being a developer myself, I personally love the "Sorry IE7 Bros" comment.
Screw Internet Explorer.
Ha, whoops. Good catch! Fixed.
1987 against Indiana. Woody Hayes had just died a few months earlier, and Indiana beat Ohio State for the first time since Woody's first year as coach. Anthony Thomas or Thompson (can't remember exactly) ran all over us that day and it ended 31-10. I've been to about 25 games since then and that remains the only OSU home loss that I've seen in person.
Leipsic High School, OL/DL. Go Vikes!
I agree and wouldn't be surprised at all to see Adolphus move out to DE for this game.
I guess they figured the list couldn't be all Buckeyes.
Being from Leipsic, I've always admired Grove's ability to field a really good team despite being a tiny town. You guys are definitely doing something right up there!
Good luck this year, and Go Vikes!
Just wondering if there is any updated news on Clark's status...seems we could use a receiver or two for week 1.
I hope you're right but it sounds like they are pretty much done at OL. Hopefully he will wow them so much that they have to make room for him.
In one league that I'm in, the winner of the consolation bracket gets to choose their draft position the following year, and everyone else goes in order from worst to first.
In the other, we actually have kind of an "auction" for the draft picks. Starting at pick #1, highest bidder gets each one. The money goes in to the prize pool. It's pretty fun that way, but make sure all of your managers are OK with spending a little bit of extra money first.
My candidates to drop would be Illinois, Northwestern, Purdue, Indiana. For the purposes of expanding the conference's footprint, we don't need two schools in Indiana or Illinois. I would probably choose Illinois because NW is the best school in the conference academically, and the two Indiana schools are better choices for basketball IMO.
This is also why you don't drop PSU, MD or Rutgers - keep those states in the conference. Also why you don't pick up ND - certainly don't need three schools in Indiana.
Adding a team from Virginia makes sense given the proximity and the level of HS football talent, so I'd probably say add VT or Virginia.
One word: Warinner.
They (Sparty) have been doing a great job recruiting D-linemen. Fortunately for us, we have Urban Meyer and the universe's all-time greatest OL coach. Winning the LOS battle is not a concern to me, although Sparty will certainly make it interesting. Especially since the game is late in the year. Even if the slobs don't start the year in full beast mode, by then they will certainly be crushing every DL in their way.
Hey! I know those guys!
Seriously man, thanks for sharing. I'm not sure how I missed SMS until now but I will be looking for it on Sundays from now on!
I think it's usually the last Friday in July.
I would agree that a solid wrestler that can control him would have a good shot. GSP, or even Johnny Hendricks.
Also, I would love to have seen Chuck fight Royce Gracie when they were both younger.
I think San Diego State replaced Vandy, not Florida A&M.
I think Trey has already taken the hardship waiver and is no longer on football scholarship.
Kill is a good coach and the state of Minnesota has some decent talent, and with a few notable exceptions (Cornell for one) the state is locked down. I'm not sure they will end up in the top 25, but not surprised that they have a strong class.
I would probably bet on Boykin, considering that their schedule after Minnsesota is SMU, an FCS school, and a bunch of Big 12 defenses.
He's probably called a bunch of lower-tier power 5 teams like Kansas and Purdue.